Updated 06/24/2012 02:09 PM
Siemens partners with Charlotte-based pilot apprenticeship program
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CHARLOTTE--A new class of high schoolers has been recruited to become part of the future workforce at a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering.
A pilot apprenticeship program, called Apprenticeship 2000, promises non-college track seniors an hourly wage, an education and a job after graduation.
News 14 Carolina anchor Heather Waliga has more on how the program benefits students and one company in particular, in this week's Connect a Million Minds report.
To learn more about Apprenticeship 2000, visit: Apprenticeship 2000